Rick Grove came to prominence in the mid-1970s. He was noted for his strong masculine performances, especially his Stanley in “A Streetcar Named Desire” at Phoenix Little Theatre.
PHOTOGRAPHS, REVIEWS & THE KITCHEN SINK
1977, “The Man of La Mancha,” Phoenix Little Theatre, with Marlene Saens and Steve Curry.
1976, “A Streetcar Named Desire,” Phoenix Little Theatre, directed by Ruth Willis.
MAY 1976: “1776″. Phoenix Little Theatre. Directors: Larry Liff, Robert Davis. Musical Staging: E. Carolyn Liff. Musical Direction: John Clegg. Cast: Ron Duffy, Sheldon Simon, Dick Totman, Bob Johnson, John C. Dahl, Richard E. Wentz, Dave Thompson, Rick Grove, Marlene Saens, Virginia Lee, Cecilia Allen, John Clegg, Marc Roma, Debora Allen, Jon David, Tom Bell, Ricci Alpers.